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A clinical review of clonidine (1984–1995). Anesthesiology 1996;85: 655–674. 140. Ambrose C, Sale S, Howells R, et al. Intravenous clonidine infusion in critically ill children: dose-dependent sedative effects and cardiovascular stability. Br J Anaesth 2000;84:794–796. 141. Coudore-Civiale MA, Courteix C, Boucher M. Potentiation of morphine and clomipramine analgesia by cholecystokinin B antagonist CI 988 in diabetic rats. Neurosci Lett 2000;286:37–40. 142. Stacey BR. Management of peripheral neuropathic pain.
Their group asked families Outpatient Pain Management 35 how much they would be willing to pay to eliminate the discomfort associated with immunization pain. Parents, regardless of socioeconomic level, stated that they would pay “on average” $57 to eliminate the pain of a two-shot visit and $80 to eliminate the pain of a three-shot visit. Regardless of the specific numeric value and whether, in fact, parents would actually pay the amount they implied they would, this study clearly suggested that parents have concerns about the distress associated with immunization and desired, if possible, to ameliorate some of that discomfort.
Otitis Media Otitis media is the most frequent illness diagnosis made in pediatric practice for children younger than 15 years old. By 1 year, 60% of children will have been diagnosed with otitis media, and by 3 years of age, 80% of children will have had at least one episode (66). 5 million visits to the doctor (67). Paradise et al. examined the records of more than 2200 Pittsburgh area infants and found antimicrobial therapy for otitis media was prescribed on average for 41 days of the first year and 48 days of the second year (68).